Hotel Le Ginestre
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... area. Then went for a gelato! Limone... Yummy! Our apartment is really great. Renovated this year. Everything is new and everything is provided, including olive oil! We are sitting on the terrace, eating olives, reading about the area, and taking photos. Life is good. Terraces are not very private. We just witnessed an older man in the terrace across from us pick up his dog and cuddle and kiss it. It was the sweetest sight. [ed note: originally ...
... family rather than cats. From the dinner shot you can see why I post more pics of cats! More random notes: - hotel lobbies are all floor "0", and numbers go from there. If your room is on the second floor you will have to walk up 2 sets of stairs not one (for those not willing to get into old style matchbox sized elevators :-)). And the level below the lobby is "-1". Kinda makes more sense than our system. - hair dryers in our hotels, including more modern ones have been like the ...
... a real character. Service sure makes or breaks a place. Dinner was really good - out on the patio looking at mountains. And, a local homeless cat kept coming by our table. It's Bastille Day, so we saw fireworks again tonight. They were in Menton, probably about 6km down the hill. They looked pretty teeny. Today we plan to take a steep 2 1/2 hour downhill hike straight to Menton (as opposed to another 15-20 km trail ...
Since we are staying two nights in Sospel, and the temperature is really hot, we are enjoying a bit of a day off from hiking. The other option was a 17.5km hike. No thanks! Instead, we used the guide given to us by OnFoot Holidays to tour the medieval town of Sospel. It dates back to at least 1095, and exists as it was an easy passage (vs the mountains) for the transport of salt. The town ...
... hill to the church, which was well worth it. Then, there were vacationers having lunch up there, who encouraged us to go up further to see the view- which was stunning of course. Of course, we met a very cute cat here too. He was sitting in the entrance of the chapel and posed for a couple of photos. Later on, we went past a huge olive grove. Unfortunately the olives were just starting to grow and nowhere near ripe. We skirted the border of Italy - in fact, I even got a text message ...
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